PDF version of Zazu Dreams: Between the Scarab and the Dung Beetle, A Cautionary Fable for the Anthropocene
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This book was narrated to Cara Judea Alhadeff by her son Zazu. It was beautifully illustrated by Zazu’s grandmother Micaela Amateau Amato.
HUMAN RIGHTS: sweatshops, 3rd world community exploitation, international health issues, divestment, child labor, code of conduct, democracy, empowerment, resiliency, immigration
THE ENVIRONMENT: global warming, rainforest destruction, pollution, recycling, renewable energy, greenwashing, toxic waste, eco-innovations, illegal dumping, sustainable farming, permaculture, energy efficiency, natural capitalism, greenwashing, sustainability, climate change, carbon footprint, carbon neutral, net zero, zero waste, transboundary water politics, biomimcry, bioethics, environmental refugees, climate justice, environmental justice,
ANIMAL PROTECTION: factory farming, animal testing, humane treatment, wild animal habitat, migration, pollination
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: family farms, local business support, volunteer efforts, sustainable growth, philanthropic donations, nonprofit alliances, establishing foundations, interfaith collaboration, corporate social responsibility, sacred activism, radical interdependency
SOCIAL JUSTICE: fair wages, fatalities, union busting efforts, health & safety records, discrimination based on: race, gender, age, ability, religion, sexuality, ethnicity, social imagination
vaccine education, vaccine safety, medical establishment pharmaceutical industry, petroculture, corporatocracy, attachment parenting, manufactured consent, empathy, eco-sanity, consumer activism, convenience-culture, eco-psychology, spirituality
Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-63233-118-2 (2017) 140 pages, illustrated, $39.99 Available through Ingram, Follett Library Resources, and Eifrig Publishing, www.eifrigpublishing.com
2021 Zazu Dreams